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Effort Levels (EL): How To Get Grit Items
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Effort Levels (EL): How To Get Grit Items

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How To Raise Effort Levels guide In Pokemon Legends: Arceus. Learn more about what is effort level, how to increase, individual values, EL, IVs, EVs, grit dust, items and more.

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What Are Effort Levels? Is Farming Needed?

Greatly Increases Stats For Each Level

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Effort Level is the number next to the status, and the higher the effort level, the higher your base stats will increase. Effort Values (EVs) and Individual Values (IVs) from the previous titles are no longer present in this game. Instead, Effort Levels were introduced as a new system.

Alpha Pokemon's Initial Effort Level Is High.

Alpha Pokemon usually has a higher level of initial effort level than normal Pokemon. However, there is no difference in status from normal Pokemon, only the initial effort level is high.

No Need To Farm High Effort Level Pokemon

Since Effort Levels are randomly generated when captured, it is practically possible to farm for them. However, you will be able to increase Effort Levels using specific items in the game.

The Increase Value Of The Status Is Also Fixed

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After checking the increased value of the Effort Level with the Pokemon neutral personality, there was no change in the increase value of the status, and the real value was the same. Since it is possible to change the nature of the Pokemon, only Shiny Pokemon are worth farming.

How To Raise Effort Levels?

Use Grit Items That Match Your Effort Levels

You can raise Effort Levels by using Grit Items according to the current Effort Level. It can be easily obtained so no need to be frugal about it.

Grit ItemsDescription
Grit DustRaises Effort Levels from 0 up to 3.
( increase by 1 )
gravel Grit GravelRaises Effort Levels from 4 up to 6.
( increase by 1 )
pebble Grit PebbleRaises Effort Level from 7 to 9.
( increase by 1 )
rock Grit RockRaises Effort Level up to 10.
( increase by 1 )

How To Farm Grit Items?

Release Pokemon In The Pasture

How To Get Grit Items
Capture Pokemon on the map
Return to the base camp and release Pokemon
└ If you want to make money, you can sell it here
Return to the village at once and repeat from ①

You can obtain grit items efficiently when you release Pokemon in the Pasture or Base Camp. The grit items you will receive is based on the level of the captured Pokemon. Be sure to release your unused Pokemon each time you return from an expedition!

* If you set free a level 9 Pokemon or below, you may not obtain a Grit Item!

Grit Items Available
Lvl ~24grit1Grit Dustgrit2Grit Gravel
Lvl 25 ~ 49grit2Grit Gravelgrit3Grit Pebble
Lvl 50~grit3Grit Pebblegrit4Grit Rock
Alphagrit3Grit Pebblegrit4Grit Rock

Obtained When Capturing Or Defeating Pokemon

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Grit items can also be obtained with a low probability when capturing or defeating Pokemon. Alpha Pokemon have a high chance of dropping Exp Candies and Grit Items. Try to defeat them if you want to collect these useful items for increasing experience and effort levels!

Exchange At The Training Grounds

Grit Items can also be exchanged at the Training Grounds from Zisu. However, the items required for exchanging are also Grit Items so it can be a bit expensive.

Items That Can Be ExchangedRequired Items
gravel Grit Gravel Grit Dust x 10
pebble Grit Pebble gravel Grit Gravel x 10
rock Grit Rock pebble Grit Pebble x 10
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